Aerostich Mini CompressorAerostich’s Mini Compressor is the smallest and lightest compressor available, and one of the most efficient you’ll find for its size.
It’s a stripped-down mini that fits in the palm of your hand and will inflate any motorcycle tire in a couple of minutes. When a larger compressor is too bulky to carry along, and CO2 cartridges aren’t nearly enough for your trip, this dedicated pump will deliver continuous pressure without fail.What it lacks in shiny ornamental adornments, it makes up for in performance – which is what you really need when you’re flat stranded in the middle of nowhere.The Mini Compressor has a long 26-inch inflator hose, 6-foot power cord, and packs small in the included storage sack.It comes with three adapters: SAE, cigarette lighter and alligator clips. The lock-down delivery valve fits all bikes. Also comes with a carabiner clip, so you can attach the compressor to whatever you want, out of the way and off the ground – instead of having it lay in the mud or dirt.The Aerostich Mini Compressor is simple, compact, and dependable….and provides a piece of mind.Aerostich Mini Compressor (#3500) Features:
Dependable air pressure no matter where you are.
Comes with SAE, cigarette lighter and alligator clip adapters.
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This week, in the first segment Editor Don Williams talks to us about the new Kawasaki Versys 650 LT. It’s the middleweight ADV style machine that uses the same 650 parallel twin motor as the Ninja 650, so it’s an excellent performer in a user-friendly, good looking package.
In the second segment, I chat with one of my dearest industry friends—now retired Honda PR executive, Jon Seidel. Jon’s fascinating career spans some 30 years with Big Red, and gave him some great experiences with some incredible machines. I was fortunate enough to be invited on many of the press launches that he organized. His new project is documenting and saving many of the old archives from years gone by—and incidentally, if you have anything that may be of value to the project, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll pass it all on to Jon.
So on that note, from all of us here at Ultimate Motorcycling, we hope you enjoy this episode!